Ignoble and Noble

Ignoble

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Ignoble adjective – Belonging to the class of people of low social or economic rank.
Usage example: an ignoble child who would one day grow up to be a prince among playwrights

Noble is an antonym for ignoble in lowly topic.
Nearby Word: ignobly
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Noble

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Noble adjective – Of high birth, rank, or station.
Usage example: despite his noble background, the prince is known for his unpretentious way with common people

Ignoble is an antonym for noble in topics: aristocratic, dignified.
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
Antonyms for Noble
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Things that words describes

person ignoble person noble person
reason ignoble reason noble reason
death ignoble death noble death
example ignoble example noble example
Other nouns: cause, birth, version, dragon, purposes, intentions.

Both words in one sentence

  • The twist is that there are some behaviors that all clans consider noble or ignoble, while other behaviors differ from clan to clan.
  • Jealousy, for example, is considered "ignoble" no matter what clan you're a part of, while some clans will consider conformity to be noble, others consider independence to be noble, etc.
  • Heel/Face Index Well-Intentioned Extremist Bob has noble goals but takes ignoble actions to accomplish them.
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Noble and Ignoble. (2016). Retrieved 2021, February 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/ignoble/noble
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